Presented by: <br />					Jeremy A. Schlegel<br />STAN SOLOWAY<br />ALAN CHVOTKIN<br />FEDERAL CONTRACTING IN CONTEXT:...
STAN SOLOWAY<br />President of the Professional Services Council (PSC)<br />Former Deputy Undersecretary of defense<br />W...
ALAN CHVOTKIN<br />Executive VP Professional Services Council<br />Various involvements on senate financial/budgetary comm...
PSC<br />Lobbying Group, Special Interest?<br />The “Unified Voice of the Government Services Industry”<br />The Elite gro...
Professional Services Council<br />
PSC – Spending Relative to “Top” Political Action Committees<br />
Key Thoughts	<br />Points out some weaknesses, but is a staunch supporter of the need for contracting in Gov’t<br />The “N...
Framework <br />The argument surrounding outsourcing requires a factual framework<br />Outsourcing<br />Financial Decision...
Major Points of Contention<br />Punishment/Enforcement<br />Criminal/Civil<br />Adminisrative Action (i.e. contract renewa...
Conclusion<br />Government does not possess the increased specialization required to succeed<br />“Atrophy of core capabil...
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  • Chapter 8 outsourcing

    1. 1. Presented by: <br /> Jeremy A. Schlegel<br />STAN SOLOWAY<br />ALAN CHVOTKIN<br />FEDERAL CONTRACTING IN CONTEXT:WHAT DRIVES IT, HOW TO IMPROVE IT<br />
    2. 2. STAN SOLOWAY<br />President of the Professional Services Council (PSC)<br />Former Deputy Undersecretary of defense<br />Widely an activist in acquisition, contract management, procurement, outsourcing and privatization issues<br />
    3. 3. ALAN CHVOTKIN<br />Executive VP Professional Services Council<br />Various involvements on senate financial/budgetary committees to include national defense<br />Member of National Contract Management Association <br />Former VP of AT&T Government Services (contracting, pricing, compliance)<br />
    4. 4. PSC<br />Lobbying Group, Special Interest?<br />The “Unified Voice of the Government Services Industry”<br />The Elite group of Government Contractors<br />Uses influence and ethical standards to increase positive experience with contracting<br />Shapes Public Policy<br />
    5. 5. Professional Services Council<br />
    6. 6. PSC – Spending Relative to “Top” Political Action Committees<br />
    7. 7. Key Thoughts <br />Points out some weaknesses, but is a staunch supporter of the need for contracting in Gov’t<br />The “New Face” of Government will become a permanent feature<br />Contract Administration and acquisition management as a core competency<br />Some fundamental disagreements with other authors in the book<br />
    8. 8. Framework <br />The argument surrounding outsourcing requires a factual framework<br />Outsourcing<br />Financial Decision<br />Strategic Decision<br />Political Decision<br />Sometimes politics trumps all!<br />
    9. 9. Major Points of Contention<br />Punishment/Enforcement<br />Criminal/Civil<br />Adminisrative Action (i.e. contract renewal)<br />Governmental Oversight <br />Depite claims, Katrina/Iraq possess no “systemic” contracting problems<br />Contradicts Light’s Analysis that…<br />Contracting is used to hide the size of goverment<br />“Shadow” federal workforce outnumbers organic<br />
    10. 10. Conclusion<br />Government does not possess the increased specialization required to succeed<br />“Atrophy of core capabilities” of systems engineering, program management, acquisition<br />“Too many layers of non-value added requirements and rules”<br />

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